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By Jerry on 1/14/2013 10:44 PM

MSMQ, Microsoft Message Queuing has been around since the days of NT 4.0 and Windows 95, way back to 1997.  Initially it was an add on product to windows, but starting with Windows 2000 it was included in the server versions of Windows and with Windows XP it was included in the desktop operating system.  It’s a Windows Feature that you can install/enable via the Windows Components part of Add/Remove Programs (or Add Features in W2K8).  Yet surprisingly few application developers know about it or how to use it to improve application performance.  Tonight we start with an introduction, later posts will talk about improving desktop application performance (everyone who blogs about MSMQ talks about server uses of MSMQ)

By Jerry on 12/13/2012 7:12 PM
How to increase the maximum number of simultaneous downloads from a given site in Internet Explorer
By Jerry on 12/13/2012 7:10 PM
How to enable MS Office scripting in a Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Services environment.
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